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Jammed by Madam Geneva

Looking to keep the good times rolling, we popped by Madam Geneva to see what all the jam was about. We found a beautifully design space, very intimate with plenty of seats at the bar and 5 or 6 couches with rounded ends for groups. The couches were custom made for the space with a feux snake skin material for that extra snakey sheen. We saddled up to the bar and perused the cocktail menu, finding a few reds, a few whites, some choice beers and just 3 cocktails featuring jam. Each cocktail starts with a base of gin or vodka, some fresh squeezed lemon juice, and your choice of three seasonal jams. We went with ginger pomegranate and gin. We have to say, it was delicious in its simplicity. The gin was most prevalent, and the flavor of jam came through at the end. We only had one, but could certainly see ourselves having a few more. And we will, since the Madam fashions herself as a local spot to enjoy cocktails into the wee hours. No list. No BS. Nice work by the AvroKo team.



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Reader Comments (5)

Just would like to hand it to you DBTH. I love the focus and attention on local watering holes and excellent places to grab exotic cocktails. Less about boring polo games that are attended by social climbers and more about good ol' fashion boozing. You guys continue to be one of my favorite e-destinations.

September 18, 2008 at 03:05PM | Unregistered CommenterWilly Be G

I like Madam Geneva
Oto KÄ°ralama

September 18, 2008 at 03:50PM | Unregistered CommenterOto Kiralama

how about the fact that that idiot rachelle did a post yesterday about people partying at AER, a club that has been closed for over a year now.

September 18, 2008 at 03:52PM | Unregistered Commenterdown

Anyone ever wonder how DBTH makes money? It kind of baffles me, although I'm not an insider in the blogging world, I was always under the assumption that advertising was the main source of income. I have yet to see anyone advertise on DBTH. I guess maybe the advertisement is coming through the article or blogs they write. Hence, a restaurant pays them for the publicity whether good or bad.

September 18, 2008 at 04:44PM | Unregistered CommenterMoney Making

In response to Money Making - DBTH never accepts payment of any kind for any of our stories. Our revenue is mostly from selling our bodies. We also dance for tips.

September 18, 2008 at 05:15PM | Registered CommenterDBTH

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